Thermal break units made into BIM models

  • 30 Mar 2015

Schock’s Isokorb range is now available in the BIM exchange format IFC 2×3

Schock’s CAD service portal

Schock’s website has also been developed to include a new CAD service portal, which its users can now access.

The portal features Schock’s Isokorb types K, KXT, KS and KST as BIM models.

The Isokorb range – which consists of thermal break units – has been added to Schock’s BIM library to allow designers to create balconies using thermal breaks in BIM.

Its Isokorb range allows for concrete-to-concrete connectivity as well as connectivity between concrete-to-steel and steel-to-steel applications.

The thermal break units can be imported into CAD drawings, downloaded or forwarded via email through Schock’s CAD service portal.

2-D and 3-D files

Schock is also providing 2-D and 3-D files to ensure that its BIM models are compatible with as many applications as possible.

Available in 2-D formats such as JPEG and TIF and 3-D formats such as DWG and AutoCAD > 2000, the files can be used in common software programmes such as AutoDesk, REVIT and AutoCAD.

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